Mayor, mayor new this fall: Who is the bikiest of them all?

Who’s the sketchier mayoral candidate, Doug Ford or Sketchy the Clown? Toronto 2014 mayoral race: Who likes bikes the most?  Hint, it’s the mayoral candidate who says, “It is not acceptable in this day and age to ignore the needs … Continue reading

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One afternoon in the valley: Don Valley bike trails look lovely, lack connectivity

One afternoon in the Valley Story and photos by Jeff Carson As someone who lives in the east end of the city, I can’t help but think of the Lower Don Recreation Trail as a bit of a tease. From … Continue reading

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A new cyclist’s review of the West Toronto Railpath

Photo credit goes to the kind stranger I met on the trail. Story and remaining photos by Jenna Campbell A new cyclist’s review of the West Toronto Railpath I just recently learned about the West Toronto Railpath. What people have … Continue reading

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TCAT hosts 7th annual Complete Streets Forum in Toronto

  A Daniels Corporation rep describes aspects of some of the built form in the Regent Park redevelopment process. Photo by Daniel Rotsztain. TCAT brings focus to Complete Streets  Story by Corey Horowitz and Matt Talsma Photos by Corey Horowitz, Daniel Rotsztain … Continue reading

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Reading line: cyclists and authors promote Green Line initiative

“We’re making a political statement, we need bike lanes on Jane, we need bike lanes on Bloor and everywhere else in the city!” said  reading line co-organizer Janet Joy Wilson before leading the group out from Book City on Bloor … Continue reading

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